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. these are various projects. los angeles storm drain system. they raised the dam. your water is a product of pw a. they built the sacramento water reservoir. the fans were so well built that in fact, they are still in use. the engineers said we have to replace a ball bearing. we of course, have neglected our infrainstruct our and it's rated to be a d and dropping. so if you don't pay your taxes, things do fall down. much of it is things that were built during the new deal. fortunately, they built them very well. so the stuff was really built to last. but, if you don't have taxes to run a state. i expect we will see more of that stuff. i will give you a brief tour that we take for granted. the commitment to public education in all its manifestations. public schools from kindergarten to higher education. there are thousand of new deal schools built within less than ten years. many have art work in or on them. this is berkeley high school. you shall know the truth and the truth shall make you free. the schools are always telling you that public education can make you better. it should be free. now,
desde que llegaron a esta casa. >>> ante el anuncio de la indocumentacion de los inmigrantes. >>> el sacerdote dió una misa para pedir por reforma migratoria integral para todos los hermanos. >>> estoy en esto para que nuestra oracion sea escuchada por obama presidente barack obama la arquidiocesis de los angeles busca persuadir a líderes politicos . >>> esta semana servicio de inmigración dice que ofrecera ordenes para aquellos que participaron en guerra. >>> militares activo o reservista. >>> o retirado. >>> que tenga esa precoupacion. >>> el status ilegal será eliminado para alguien que este cassado con alguien de fuerzas armadas. >>> le sugerimos como conseguir empleo luego. >>> si sus compras para estas fechas son muy caras le damos algunas ideas. >>> y en el tiempo. >>> luego-. x >>> con la llegada de la navidad se pueden ocupar puestos de trabajo. >>> más detalles para estos casos. >>> vea. >>> la época festiva significa estar ne familia y dar regalos. >>> y las contrataciones están aumentando. >>> en muchas empresas. >>> están buscando buenos empleados. >>> hay que
who may be in trouble. >> alex savage. channel 2 news. >> los angeles police are looking into the deadly shooting of the father of a state assemblyman is linked to an earlier shooting in the neighborhood. police are investigating in it's tied to an assault and vehicle theft in the neighborhood the night before. his son is a democrat state assemblyman. >>> the agencies involved in the deadly shooting at los angeles international airport asked for patience as they work to understand what happened. some have criticized the time it took before paramedics were allowed inside to help. in a joint statement the los angeles police department said some remarks made in the press were untrue and others merited consideration. >>> fcc chairman sent a letter saying it's time to resolve the issue. the sticking point is a policy letting phone owners know when they can unlock their phones at the end of their contracts. they urged them to adopt the policy before the christmas season. >>> voters in oakland hills approved a tax after the oakland hills fire in 91. the renewal would boost the c
all the difference for william and his family and they are heading to los angeles soon for william's surgery. >> what do you think about that? >> i'm so, so -- this is so great! >> thank you! >> thank you, thank you! >> cheryl jennings, abc7 news. >> and we will be there to see william get that much-needed eye surgery in los angeles and bring you a follow-up to his story. >>> ahead on the abc7 sunday morning news, one east bay city is getting a new beach by restoring the old one. how engineers are recreating almeda beach. >>> and here's a live look from our roof cam. finally some of what we need is on the way, rain. lisa argen will tell you when and how much and have your accuweather forecast in >> welcome back. a group of students from george washington high school plan to protest when they call vanity sizing by clothing stores. they are part of a group about face shown here in a previous protest of victoria secret. the teenage girl says they size apparel to manipulate emotions and empty wall let's. their motto is real size, not lies. they will be protesting at market and powell s
at the coliseum in los angeles, this is -- shows you the respect that stanford gets nationally. 3.5 favorites much better than earlier in the season when lee was fired. this should be a good game. >> awesome. >> and we'll have highlights and live interviews from los angeles on lexus after the game starting around 8:30. >> we look forward to it. thank you, larry, and thank you i want you to be kind.ff i want you to be smart. super smart. i want one thing in a doctor. i want you to be handsome. i want you to be awesome. i don't want you to look at the chart before you say hi...david. i want you to return my emails. i want you to keep me doing this for another sixty years. at kaiser permanente, we want you to choose the doctor that's right for you. find your perfect match at kp.org and thrive. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr space. yeah, but i mean, how did you know? i researched. no, i-i told you. no. yeah! no. the importan and i got you this visor.
of washington d.c. this is right outside of the co-op. and then urban roads like this in the los angeles river and this is being built. this is mira loma park. this is lark merced blvd. it's all made of clay. it's going to slump. these are the roads built in the oakland hills. nate, red woods. skyline. and enabled them to go up and develop the hills. the rural roads that go through the coast range. this enabled them to get their stuff to market. this is at road built by the ccc. this is a bridge. this is highway one and you won't know, except you look at the bridge and you will see dates, 1938, 1939. the airstrips are ccc. and the one out at treasure island. long beach, burbank. this is oakland and the whole built line railroad was redone. 19 is a pwa project and our great amphitheatres are from that time. this is santa barbara bowl. this is the forest theater in carmel and these are ccc workers putting huge bolder. here's 6 thousand people getting ready to enjoy oklahoma in that theater. big basin is a ccc project and this one, on the east river, new york. a project built where people from th
. the golden bears in boulder colorado this afternoon, at the end of day, the score was 24-41. cardinals at los angeles at the coliseum tonight. stanford at 3 and a half point at favorites and if you bet on them you would have lost. hey, we have got a meteor shower tonight. >> i am so glad that you brought that up because being a meteorologist, i am an expert movie theater yors. meteors. >> you had to tell that joke, right? >> but [ female announcer ] welcome one and all to a tastier festive feast. so much to sip and savor, a feeding frenzy to say the least. a turkey from safeway is just what they crave. a hero of the table, "so delicious" they'll rave. fresh, natural, frozen. it's the best selection around. spend $30 and a frozen safeway turkey is just 59 cents a pound. so raise your glass, pull up a chair, grab a plate. this tastier thanksgiving is well worth the wait. safeway. ingredients for life.
of the election and she goes to new york, atlanta, detroit, los angeles, san francisco. places where there are significant african-american populations and major labor unions because labor unions and then john kennedy had a very tempestous relationship because of bobby's relationship with the persecution of jimmy hoffa and so eleanor is designated to be the kennedy emissary to african-americans and labor. and so her campaign is instrumental there for the president's victory, although he won for many reasons but i think the one statistic that's very interesting is that as you all know he becomes president because he carries illinois by 247,000 votes. he wins 267,000 african-american votes in chicago. and eleanor spends three days of the last 16 days of the campaign working with the ncaap, going to african-american churches and holding rallies. so there was a let's say an iou that was, you know, desperately earned there. and when president kennedy appoints fewer women to presidential appointments than any president after fdr, eleanor begins there's no other word for it, to browbeat him
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, honoring four lives lost. joe fryer, nbc news, los angeles. >> we are eping a close eye on the possibility of severe weather in the middle of the country. the area extends from e great lakes to the midouth. severe thunderstorms, damaging wis and tornadoes are s able. the threat will move from west to east througut the day tomorrow. when "nbc nightly news" continues onhe this saturday, what's become an almost unbearable situation f one town that fis itself a magnet for those unwantedisitors. >>> later the inspiring story of a young man who is running fast beuse his time with those loves may be lited. >>> we are back with atory that gives new meaning to the problem ofnbearable neighbors. we are tking about polar bea that invade a northern canada town for years and have done so wi a vengeance this ye. it may have to do with climate chge. we get the story from nbc's chief environmental affairs correspondent, anne thpson. >> reporter: where the polar bes roam in churchill, canada, the street signsre a little different. here, 800 people and some 900 bears try to co-exist from late june to late n
evans, cbs news, los angeles. >> axelrod: if you weren't in san francisco yesterday, don't you wish you had been? that's the cbs evening news for tonight. i'm jim axelrod in new york. for all of us here at cbs news, thanks for joining us. good night. tunnel, open for business. e early reviews are in. >> relief for thousands of commuters as the bore ever caldecott tunnel opens for business. the early reviews are in. >>> just when you thought it was safe to get back on bart. the new rift preventing final approval of a tentative deal. >>> the first haul of crab isn't looking good but don't let that fool you. kpix 5 news is next. ,,,,,,,, >> this is kpix 5 news. >> bart wants to go back to the bargaining table after a mistake in the contract with the union. so the unions are balkin
on him. and then when he came back to los angeles, he started going -- taking courses at the celebrity center, and one day he told his teacher he was trying out for a role in "welcome back cotter. " so the teacher had everybody in the class -- if you can imagine you're the encloses -- orient themselves toward abc studio asks telepath include send the message, john travolta is right for the part. and he got the part. so, after that he always said that scientology put him in the big-time. i have a -- some concerns about travolta brings up a story that i think is also an important one to understand. one of my sources, delightful woman named spanky taylor. she joined the church when she was young teenager, and because of her charm and bubbly nature, she was assigned to help young actors, and one of the young actors was john travolta who was just beginning to have this burst of fame, and it was hard for him to handle, and spanky helped them through that emotional difficult period. and his mother died, and he really leaned on her. now, spanky had a little girl, and she was pregnant, and a fr
to los angeles soon for william's surgery. >> what do you think about that? >> i'm so, so -- this is so great! >> thank you! >> thank you, thank you! >> cheryl jennings, abc7 news. >> great outcome, cheryl. >> and we will be there to see william get that much-needed eye surgery in los angeles and bring you a follow-up to his story. >>> ahead on the abc7 sunday morning news, one east bay city is getting a new beach by restoring the old one. how engineers are recreating almeda beach. >>> and here's a live look from our roof cam. fog will chirhart this morning. dry, but after all the driest october on record, november may get some rain. lisa argen will be along with your forecast in just to those who've been denied equal access to health care... welcome to covered california. now, you can no longer be denied coverage because of a pre-existing condition. enroll today at coveredca.com. mom swaps one of my snacks for a yoplait. i don't mind, i mean it's orange crème. and when mom said bobby was too edgy... 'sup girl. i just swapped him out for tyler. 'sup girl. mom never questioned bobby aga
's the fun thing about an hour outside of los angeles, thanksgiving is a little bit different. the farm is home to more than 100 rescued animals, goetz, sheep, chicken and pigs. their newest arrival a precious 2-month-old calf, but at thanksgiving time it's all about the turkeys. >> this she's one of our stars today. >> reporter: their annual celebration for the turkeys draws hundreds of families and volunteers, all coming for a very special thanksgiving dinner. >> thanksgiving is a time for people to be grateful. so, we came up with a different way of celebrating with the turkeys as guests of honor. >> reporter: from the founder started the event more than 20 years ago, the turkey sit at a beautiful table with all of their favorite foods. the dining etiquette, pretty much anything goes. they have plenty of adorning fans. >> she loves the turkeys. >> he likes the lettuce. >> the turkeys are very affectionate animals. they love having belly rubs. >> being compassionate and grateful is a huge part. the most important part of thanksgiving. >> reporter: in the eveni ining everyone else gets
morning lester is in los angeles this morning. i'm sure you got a lot ofleep making your way out thereo be on the show this morning. >> th kind of sleep with the little pillow against the window seat. it worked out. i'outere -- i was vited to be i guess a contestant on hollywood game night, jane lynch's show i've been brushing up on pop culture and trivia. >> are you nrvous at all? >> i actually am. there are a l of celebrities an actors and actresses the shoechlt as the nws guy, i think people expect me to get some of this stuff right. >> so you've been practing non-stop for weeks? >> i want t brin all my producers with me, the people that make me look good. >> remember to bring your rpiece with you. we're gla you made it safely. looking forward to hearing about that. >> we'll tel you more about it, when it's going to run. >>> we have busy morning of news ahead of this. this morning we'll take a look at whether or not the past week was president obama'worst yet in office. still scrambling to fix the health care mess david gregory will be here to talk about where the president will go
fields." this talk from los angeles museum of the holocaust is one hour and 20 minutes. >> thank you very much. i want to thank the los angeles museum of holocaust for this opportunity to speak today to you. can you hear me in the back? ashes be quite loudly? is this better? better? or too loud? okay. i also want to make sure i don't speak too quickly. i get very excited about my research and sometimes i start speaking too quickly. i hope you give me a signal and that both in terms of your ability to hear me i'm really happy to be here. dr. mellman and i actually have done some research together in the field and ukraine. we worked on a diary project together and there was a very, very special project, took many years to produce. not as fun as this one, but a completely different perspective on the holocaust in the eyes of one jewish man, polish jewish man who found himself in the mouth drum on the mass murder. i just want to mention not dr. mellman contribution to that particular project with the weekend. i want to thank you for that. the story of warren was not something that i went to t
it will only be in areas surrounding los angeles and new york for now. n year will it expand. the sunday deliveries are at no extra charge. >>> controversy surrounding a high school mascot, why some say it's time to say good-bye to the fate that represents their school and how they plan to change it. >>> weather in the forecast for your sunday, in the extended forecast, rain on the way. i'll look at the numbers today and when, how much rain coming up. the low tides give people a chance to walk out nearly 1/2 mile on the rocky reef right now the lowest tides are expected to be the afternoon of new year's eve >>> average controversial mascot could soon be getting a facelift. students have proudly stood by their arab mascot. they sent a letter to the district complaining about the portrayal of arabs they are thinking about alations cartoonish design >> any reasonable solution would be one that erase the stereo typing of arabs as a whole >> the arab-america group is going to fly out from washington to discuss this. >>> a social media agency called clever girl collectives tracked miles on twi
was on the staff, a distinguished criminal lawyer from los angeles. and after years so criticism -- the call of this defense said, they're smashing our report. what can we do about it. the chief said, be called. she will prove us right. fifty years have passed him and i would like to think istria's member is right. and enough of a realist and know that 50 years and now we will have another panel. and most of us will be here. the commission ignored. a deaf mute testify saw a person with a rifle behind a white picket fence yet the president. you could ignore the testimony of a deaf meet? i ask you? in fact what he does not say is that he did not go board until 1967, and when people went to the press reset the saudi saw there was evidence he could not have seen it and came back with another theory in the 1970's and another theory in the 1980's. i think that particular failure of the commission will be impossible. as if he had threatened any other public official had told you all know. about three months later i wrote in the dallas times "herald" with the washington times, i forget which, but he
was a shallow grave a few feet outside the road from victorville. that's just northeast of los angeles here. a motorcyclist reported finding what were human bones, and the authorities confirmed that rather grim discovery. that has been classified as homicides, and for a long time the authorities looked into whether the family had gone into mexico and fallen afoul of criminals or a drug cartel. >> we are exhausting all options and investigating this crime from the beginning and trying to identify who the suspects are. the investigation will lead us in the direction of the suspects as we continue to get more information. but to make a decision or a determination as to who might the suspects be at this point, it's too early for us to talk about that. >> reporter: a short while ago i spoke to rick begley who is the author of a book about their disappearance and told me there was handling of their bank accounts shortly after the family disappeared is now part of the investigation, and that includes people close to the family and business associates. begley said as much as $750,000 was spirited a
pretty good. phoenix, 75, 67 for los angeles. 59 for monterey. and 6 tomorrow for sacramento. big changes tomorrow. a cloud and sun mix. rain on tuesday. showers wednesday and thursday. and then dry things up on friday and saturday. >> thank you, leigh. >>> you make big promises and you better deliver. >> wow. >> i will. i think i will. >> but we have to -- i have to get through this first. tough days for stanfordary cal. i bet you have never seen this in the ring. >> i'm not going to allow this. you're instigating to a tastier festive feast. so much to sip and savor, a feeding frenzy to say the least. a turkey from safeway is just what they crave. a hero of the table, "so delicious" they'll rave. fresh, natural, frozen. it's the best selection around. spend $30 and a frozen safeway turkey is just 59 cents a pound. so raise your glass, pull up a chair, grab a plate. this tastier thanksgiving is well worth the wait. safeway. ingredients for life. >>> stanford was in the driver's seat to the rose bowl but usc sent them over the cliff in a showdown game at the coliseum. matt leinart cheering
reporting from los angeles. from all of us herat nbc news, good night. -- captns by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> nbsports exclusive homof the nhl, premiere league and sochi winter olyic games and sunday nht football. >>> with the majestic rocky mountains inhe distance we greet yofrom sports authority field at mile high in denver where this nfl season began and where it is now the stage for a jor matchup at the 9-0 chiefs take on the 8-1 oncos in the season opening, peyt manning threw sevetouchdown passes to spark a 6-0 spark to t season that had denver looking li super bowl favorites but after an emotional losin indy and got knked around in san diego
in los angeles. let me start tonight with this. the political right in this country has reached a new low, as i said. it has shown from the beginning that president obama doesn't deserve the decency accorded other american presidents. his enemies have called him an illegal immigrant, a street corner con artist, a fraud, a manchurian candidate brought to this country to undermine all we stand for. well, now dick cheney comes right out and calls him a liar when a right wing back bencher did that's four years ago he was called out for rebuke even by his own party. now what was condemned as historic bad behavior comes snarling out of dick cheney's mouth and nobody says to shut up. we can argue as we do here about the problems implementing the affordable care act. but is this, calling the president a liar, the new language of american politics? or is it a language specially treated for the country's first african-american president? is this president of a lower caste than those elected to the office before. or those on the right even believe he is the legitimate president of the united states.
five people hurt at the los angeles memorial coliseum when fans rushed the field after the usc football team win over stanford. one person suffering a possible broken leg. another fell. all ten why taken to the hospital to get checked out. >>> all right. are you ready for some sports, guys? this one, the talk of college football world this morning. what can be one of the most incredible hail mary touchdown's. it was caught on camera. look at this. >> lets it go. oh, my god! >> oh, my goodness. >> oh, no! >> can you believe that? auburn down 38-37 with just seconds left on the clock. qb nick marshall threw up a desperation heave on 4th and 18. somehow ricardo lewis pulled it in off that tip. auburn wins 43-38. that's why you throw them up there. right? sometimes it happens. >> one in 500 times. >> one in 500 times, rick. you never know when it's going to happen. >> unbelievable. >> good morning. >> good morning, guys. there's a loot happening weather wise. >> there is? >> yes, there is. today will be a big day. take a look at this video that we'll start with out of washington and oregon.
of los angeles. it was testing radar and combat weather. the sailors were not badly hurt. still ahead - more on the severe storms. they are leaving a trail of destruction across the midwest. stay with us perform >>> welcome back to al jazeera america. we are live in new york. i'm jonathan betz with the top stories. intense fast-moving storms and tornados left 19 hurt. in illinois millions are facing threatening weather across 10 midwestern states. there are reports of damage from one tornado. emergency officials are trying to determine the extent of the damage. dozens of homes have been damaged. as the massive system approaches chicago, players and fans attending the bears-baltimore ravens came were forced to take cover. we begin with the latest on the storms. in chicago a powerful system. ashar quraishi is standing by on the phone. i believe you are in chicago outside the stadium game, and the game has resumed, you are live. has the threat largely passed? >> so it seems. the tornado warnings were suspended in the chicagoland area and game play started an hour ago. it was suspended fo
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't see them. it's staggering and why is that? isn't the district of columbia like los angeles and the rock's? there are certain places where one into african-american men are in the system and our law up or on probation or parole. it seems to me to be such a misguided self-destructive set of policies. >> host: as you know i'm a prosecutor but when i prosecuted there were questions i had. i was never in juvenile but started with misdemeanor. why am i prosecuting a guy that stole deodorant from the cbs? i even have those questions in my mind at least is a woman of color as some of the things were prosecuted as misdemeanors back then, why are we in court because he went back to the deodorant issue of? like the woman in your book, the person who does the on the cob. you also talk about not just a system itself in terms of the actual -- he spoke briefly about it now and the parole system that we love people up and throw away the key. we don't really -- the sentences if you did the crime let them do the time but there are some times that -- so you tell about two persons, to clients
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desert area. it is a07 miles northeast of los angeles. found what he thought was human bon bones. >> it gives us courage to know that they are together. >> dental records were used to identify the remains of the couple. the sheriff's office says autopsies are being conducted. dna tests will be required to formally identify one thought to be the remains of johnny who was 4 and his 3-year-old brother, joseph. at the time they were missing in february 2010, joseph was 40. all three deaths are being classified as homicides. the authorities aren't releasing details of how they were killed yet or -- yet. it shows the family heading into mexico. if it was them and they did cross the border, the authorities have yet to work out how their bodies ended up a hundred miles away in the california desert. back to you. >> story almost too horrible to report. keep us posted. > >>>? democratic lawmakers beginning to break ranks oar obama care? the 39 house democrats who voted in favor of the republican backed bill on friday. that bill allows insurance companies to offer health plans that were can
the biggest cab company in los angeles. >> you want to ban the competition. >> we're not trying to ban the competition. what we would like is to be competing with companies that follow the rules. >> but the lift cars have to meet safety standards. >> whose safety standards? >> the state's. >> they're lensed as private vehicles. there's no safety standards there. this is the honor system. >> actually it's something better than the honor system. >> if i'm checking my app and this driver has been credit seated by his passengers, that's not the honor system. that's the world policing him. >> that's all after the fact. >> in washington, dc, bureaucrats got so upset with car sharing businesses they did sting operations. today, however, d.c. tolerates services like lift. they became too popular for regulators to strangle. there's no evidence that regulated cabs are safer. >> in new york, licensed cab driver jumped a curb, hit a woman and admitted, i shouldn't be driving. that doesn't cry out for less safety regulations, and it actually cries out for more vigorous enforcement of the safety reg
rarely see mrs. kennedy. present at the democratic national convention in los angeles. because of the difficulties --ween her 1956 presidency pregnancy, did mrs. kennedy feel she could not bear losing another baby? >> she had a terrible record in her pregnancy. she had lost a baby to miscarriage in 1965, then as this person points out, she lost a stillborn little girl in 1956, right after that very hot, not air-conditioned -- so she was really just afraid to go. i think what this person is referring to is from april onward in 1960 she did tend to stay at home, though she did go with the future president, president of be, to a parade in october 1960 through manhattan, the canyons of manhattan. she was definitely with child. the child would be john junior. a sense ofys had humor. bradley also has -- have a wife was with child. right after the election was one in hyannisport, he said to the two women, you can take the pillows out, we have one. -- won. >> what role did she play? we talked about -- at what point did john kennedy realized he had a political asset? paris inhey went to
. the two were close. >> they were. thank goodness she wasn't in los angeles. >> yeah. >> but to have to go through that yet again. yes, they had been close. >> how concerned was she about security for herself and her children after -- >> terribly concerned after that. she supposedly said if they're killing kennedy, my children could be next. financial and physical security became so important to her. that was probably part of the attraction to mr. onassis. >> four months after rfk's death, she married. >> what happened? >> she was pulled off of the pedestal. people were outraged. many were outraged she would marry anyone at all rather than be an eternal widow, but particularly to marry someone who was this much older, not an american, and who was under some suspicion by the united states government, some of the financial activities. >> do we know that it was a happy relationship? >> i think of something her sister said not too many years ago about someone saying how could she have been attracted to such a man after being married to jack kennedy. her sister said, by the way, who had also ha
convicted him. >> yeah. >> reporter: former los angeles county prosecutor vincent buell east coastsy knows a thing or two about evidence. he put charles man son behind bars. >> is this what you expected? >> yes, definitely. >> reporter: he wrote a 1500 page analysis with the warren report and walked away convinced the commission got it right. >> i'm not just satisfied beyond a reasonable doubt of oswald's guilt, i'm satisfied beyond all doubt. it's not an open question. >> reporter: beyond all doubt? >> beyond all doubt. >> reporter: even though oswald said he was a patsy and never admitted to any of it. >> that doesn't mean anything! if he had the immorality and the boldness to kill the president of the united states certainly he had much the much lesser immorality to deny doing it. >> reporter: why are you convinced there was no conspiracy? >> i told the jury once, i said, folksly stipulate that three people can keep a secret but only if two are dead. and here after 50 years not one credible word of a conspiracy. not one syllable as leaked out. why because there's nothing to leak out. it
cities in north america and australia - launching local chapters for godless-fearing people. los angeles hosted a sunday service. >> we took all the best bits out of church and got rid of the god bit >> evans means creating a community with the focus on good and gratitude. >> when people sing and dance it's wonderful. >> religion is out at sunday assembly. there's no escaping the church-like feel of the service. sipping -- singing, dancing, donating and the founder himself. >> jones admits he's heard plenty of jesus jokes, but he had the beard first - not before jesus, but sunday assembly. >> he can't do anything about it, it's his face. >> all humour asued. it comes at a time when according to pou research, 20% of americans say they have no affiliation, an increase of 15% in five years. >> they need community support as much as anyone. >> father james heft says picking and choosing the best bits from church. they may end up with all flash and no substance. >> if they automatically exclude a possibility of something behind community, i think that they are probably missing something profo
or years. maybe millions of years from now, part of los angeles will be in the bay area. >> for better or worse. >> yes. >> this is a tough question. >> those other ones weren't tough. >> this is a really easy challenge. are the smaller ones less stress? >> yes. the amount released in small earthquakes is that they are so small in you need many of those. >> i think would you probably have to have maybe hundreds of magnitude earthquakes of 4.7. >> so small earthquakes are not making our lives better in the future? >> not anyway that you can count on. >> i have heard that buildings in san francisco are on rollers and isolated? >> it's not true. it's a conventional foundation like almost all the circumstances buildings in san francisco. >> the trans-america was built way before. it's a pretty conventional foundation design. >> i have heard about this thing called the triangle of life and up you are supposed to go to the edge of your bed to save yourself. is there anything of value to that ? >> yes, if you are in your room. you should drop, cover and hold onto something. if you are in sch
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